Tree Boards go by many names, including commissions, councils and committees, but their potential for service is universal, and they are needed in communities of all sizes. An effective tree board can assist professional arborists and city foresters, serve as an advocate for trees, help residents appreciate the benefits of trees. and serve as the keystone between community citizens, elected officials and city employees. If you are part of a board, this issue will help you find ways to make your group the best it can be in serving your community.
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